Video emerges showing Trump and Jeffrey Epstein partying with cheerleaders in 1992

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News said it found the 1992 video from Trump's Palm Beach, Florida club in its archives, showing the real estate tycoon welcoming Epstein to the party and appearing to discuss women dancing to music in front of them.

Trump said that he was "not a fan" of Epstein's, knew him because they both were figures in the Palm Beach social scene, but had a falling out roughly 15 years ago, which would have been about 12 years after this footage was shot.

Trump has admitted knowing Epstein, and in a 2002 interview called him a "terrific guy" who "likes handsome women as much as I do". The footage comes from Faith Daniels's former NBC show A Closer Look and the segment was meant to profile Trump's life as a bachelor following his divorce from first wife Ivana Trump.

Trump is seen dancing with the women, cheerleaders for the Buffalo Bills professional football team, and, at one point, pointing to one and apparently saying to Epstein, "she's hot".

A federal indictment against Epstein includes several sex trafficking charges involving "dozens of minors" in Florida and NY between 2002 and 2005.

Epstein at one point in the footage can be seen doubling over in laughter at something Trump says in his ear.

"I've known Jeff for 15 years". Trump has previously referred to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida as his "Winter White House". Federal prosecutors in New York City alleged Epstein engaged in sexual acts with dozens of underage girls - some as young as 14 years old - at his homes in New York City, Florida, New Mexico, and his private Carribean island between 2002 and 2005. "It is even said that he likes attractive women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side".